Summer 2017 registration opens in March
See our 2016 offerings below!

Summer Art Camp

About Summer Art Camp

Harwood Art Center, located in downtown Albuquerque, offers multi-disciplinary summer art camp for youth entering grades 1-9. Since 1996, Harwood’s summer programing has fostered creativity and curiosity in young artists of all skill levels. We offer four two-week sessions throughout June and July with full and half day options.  

At Harwood Summer Art Camp, campers in grades 1 - 9 will immerse themselves in the arts with a group of inspired peers and accomplished instructors. They will experience a range of exciting activities in a positive, supportive atmosphere. From ceramics and painting, to theater and music, imaginations are unleashed. Summer Art Camp opens doors to new experiences and creative innovation, engaging students in the visual and performing arts. It is an adventure your children will remember for years to come!

Our 2017 Calendar is almost set, check back soon!

Summer 2016 Dates:

Session 1:  June 6 - June 17
Session 2: June 20 - July 1
Session 3: July 5 - July 15
(no camp Monday, July 4)
Session 4: July 18 - July 29

REGISTRATION

Registration will open Spring, 2017. 

LOCATION

Harwood Art Center is located at 1114 Seventh Street NW (Seventh and Mountain Road) just north of downtown Albuquerque. Activities take place in Escuela del Sol Montessori and Harwood’s classrooms, theater and dance studio.

OUR STAFF

Our Teaching Artists and Guides share our commitment to lifelong learning and creative expression, and they all have experience working with children. Our Teaching Artists are accomplished in their diverse fields and maintain professional artistic careers. Teaching Artists and / or Guides are present throughout all activities, providing enrichment, support and supervision at all times.

LUNCH

This year we are pleased to offer daily lunch options from the Harwood Cafe. There will be a choice of turkey, tuna, egg or chicken salad, hummus w/ avocado sandwich. All sandwiches are served with chips, veggies, fruit and a juice box. Sack lunches are $5 per day. They must be ordered and paid for in advance, either in person or over the phone. 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Harwood Art Center is committed to ensuring that every child who has a desire to attend Summer Art Camp is able to do so without financial barriers. We are proud to be able to offer scholarships to campers that demonstrate need though the generosity of Marble Brewery, A Good Sign and private donations..

The deadline to apply for Summer Art Camp 2017 financial support will be posted soon.  

To apply for financial support:

  • Register your child for Summer Art Camp,
  • Pay a $100 deposit per session (this deposit is refundable if for some reason we are unable to provide support),
  • Submit a signed one page written request explaining why and how much financial support is needed,
  • Mail or email signed letter to Drew Kirkpatrick, Arts Education Coordinator

                 Drew Kirkpatrick, Arts Education Coordinator
                 Harwood Art Center
                 1114 7th St. NW
                 Albuquerque, NM 87102

QUESTIONS

If you have any questions about Summer Art Camp, please contact:
Drew Kirkpatrick, Arts Education Coordinator OR
GuruAmrit Khalsa, Director of Administrative Services  
 

HARWOOD STORIES

Susan Klebanoff

Susan Klebanoff


Former Resident Artist

I had the good fortune to be an artist at the Harwood Art Center from 1996 – 2005. It was wonderful being in a community of artists that were so creative and supportive of each other. Having just arrived in NM in ’96, it was particularly meaningful for me because I did not know anyone in this state, and it enabled me to create immediate friendships with like minded people. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work at Harwood and believe that the [Harwood] Art Center is vital to the neighboring community.

Susan Klebanoff is an internationally recognized contemporary tapestry artist who lives and works in Albuquerque. She kept a studio at Harwood Art Center from 1996 – 2005.

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